Emma Works part-time as a Senior Lecturer with a special interest in Neurological Physiotherapy. Alongside her role at Sheffield Hallam University she works clinically in her own Physiotherapy practice. Currently she is course leader for the MSc Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration) which is currently under development, to commence in January 2017.
Emma has worked in various clinical settings from acute neurological rehab in a Stroke unit and a Head injury unit to out patient and community services and as a Neurological Clinical specialist with a special interest in Bobath Approach and Movement and functional Task Analysis.
She has taught clinicians both Nationally and Internationally and is the Module leader for the Neurological Module in the Post graduate Physiotherapy course.
As Service User Lead she has involved in developing the involvement of Service users in teaching, curriculum development and admissions processes.
Specialist areas of interest
Neurological Clinical specialist with a special interest in Bobath Approach and Movement and functional Task Analysis.
Health And Wellbeing
Development of new MSc Pre-registration
Physiotherapy accelerated registration course which is planned to commence in January 2017.
Developed Specific Handling treatment Videos
Young, R., Richards, E., Darji, N., Velpula, S., Smith, C., Broom, D., & Goddard, S. (2018). Power assisted exercise for people with complex neurological impairment : a feasibility study. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 25 (6), 262-271. http://doi.org/10.12968/ijtr.2018.25.6.262